Bolster your career potential in the critical discipline of human resource management by earning the graduate certificate. This program enables you to partake in an in-depth program covering subjects such as compensation & benefits, employment & labor law, and employee training and development, without the cost and commitment needed to complete a full masters degree. Moreover, you’ll learn from instructors working in the field. You can expect not only substantive theory, but meaningful acumen that can be applied to real-world organizational settings.
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median national annual salary for a human resources manager is $113,300.
Take a look at the job growth projections predicted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics over the next decade:
- Human Resources Managers: 7%
- Human Resources Specialists: 5%
- Training and Development Managers: 8%
See the full list of course requirements for the graduate certificate in human resource management.